|Full name||Fudbalski klub Igalo 1929|
|Ground||Stadion Solila, Igalo|
|Head Coach||Krsto Perović|
|League||Montenegrin Third League|
|2018–19||Montenegrin Second League, 9th|
Founded at 1929, FK Igalo is among the oldest football clubs at the territory of Herceg Novi municipality. Until the seventies, FK Igalo played at the lower-rank Fourth League - South. First title of Fourth league champion, Igalo won at season 1975-76. That success gained them first-ever promotion to Montenegrin Republic League, in which they spent most of the time until Montenegrin independence (2006).
At season 1987-88, FK Igalo won the second place in Republic League, with promotion to newly established Yugoslav Third League. They competed only one season in Federal rank, and new success came during the season 1995-96. That year, FK Igalo won the title of Montenegrin Republic League champion, and gained first-ever promotion to Second Yugoslav League. FK Igalo make that season double, with winning Montenegrin Republic Cup. The team played one season in Second League (1996–97), finished at the bottom of the table.
After independence, FK Igalo played as a member of Montenegrin Third League until the season 2010-11. That year, the club won the promotion to Montenegrin Second League. Until now, FK Igalo became a standard member of Second League, and biggest success in the club's history came at season 2014-15. After finished as a third-placed team in Second League, FK Igalo played in First League playoffs against FK Mornar. After lose 0-2 in the first match, FK Igalo surprisingly won second game with the same result (2-0), but lost chances for First League promotion after the penalties.
Since 1973, every February, FK Igalo is a host of traditional Mimoza Cup, which hosted a numerous popular teams as Budućnost, Hajduk, Partizan, Crvena zvezda, Željezničar, Luzern and others. It's the oldest football tournament on Montenegrin seacoast. All games are played at Stadion Solila.
Honours and achievements
- Montenegrin Third League – 1
- winners (1): 2010-11
- Montenegrin Republic League – 1
- winners (1): 1995-96
- Montenegrin Fourth League – 8
- winners (8): 1975-76, 1977–78, 1982–83, 1992–93, 1994–95, 1999-00, 2002–03, 2004-05
- Montenegrin Republic Cup – 1
- winners (1): 1995-96
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Krsto Perović (2019-)
- Dušan Jevrić (2017–2019)
- Brajan Nenezić (2017)
- Marko Vidojević (2016–2017)
- Rešad Pepić (2015–2016)
- Igor Raičević (2015)
- Petar Gušić (2014–2015)
- Mladen Milinković (2014)
- Vladimir Gaćinović (2013)
- Mihailo Vujačić (2011–2013)
- Dejan Perović (2009–2011)
For the list of former and current players with Wikipedia article, please see Category:OFK Igalo players.
FK Igalo plays their home games at Stadion Solila. Until the middle of nineties, football ground in Igalo was among amateur-pitches like neighbouring Stadion Opačica or Stadion Bijela. But, with FK Igalo promotion to Second Yugoslav League, on old ground location was built new stadium with one terrace and numerous pitches around main ground.
During the winter months, because of good climate and accommodation, stadium is used for exhibition matches, tournaments, trainings and preparations of many football teams from the region (Montenegro, Serbia, Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia).
- Stadion Solila
- Herceg Novi
- Montenegrin Third League
- Montenegrin clubs in Yugoslav football competitions (1946–2006)
- 'Crnogorski klubovi u fudbalskim takmičenjima 1946-2016', Podgorica, 2016.